Stocks continue to advance but the moment of truth is quickly approaching, and that may determine what happens next.
Stocks fell sharply following the FOMC meeting, but a funny thing happened, yields fell today, suggesting the Fed may have been on target.
Prediction #8 - The U.S. 10 Treasury Yield Falls to 2.3% in 2019. Yes, it may sound crazy, but it doesn't mean it can't happen.
The stock market is trying to complete its comeback on December 7 from yesterday's sell-off. Tesla, Amazon, and Broadcom may lead the rise.
The stock market was rocked on December 4, but there are plenty of signs to suggest a rebound is in store for December 6.
The week of November 19 will be a short trading for the stock market ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday. We give 10 predictions.
Amazon and Apple are showing positive signs, and that means their stocks may be heading higher. Meanwhile, Alibaba, JD, Nvidia, and the banks look like they are heading lower.
The week of October 15 will be important as the stock market tries to bounce back and as investors hope for falling yields.
Bank stocks may have further to fall as CPI and PPI showed that inflation rates are slowing and that means yields on the long-end of the curve may be due to drop.
The stock market fell hard yesterday with the S&P 500 falling by 3%, what is in store for stocks today? Find out here.
With inflation data expected at 8:30 AM, tomorrow just became a critical day for both stocks and interest rates.
Lots of questions swirling today on Intel, AMD, Square, Acadia, and Facebook
The S&P 500 closed at an all-time high today. It wasn't easy, but after nearly six months the bulls have finally defeated the bears.
Some investors are living in fantasy land when it comes to inflation fears.
The bullish narrative in stocks is simply to hard to ignore, while fears of rampant inflation and soaring rates are that of fantasy and not reality.
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[widget id=”text-22″] [widget id=”text-28″] The Bull Is Back, Stocks Are About To Break Out! – Daily Rundown MICHAEL KRAMER AND THE CLIENTS OF MOTT CAPITAL OWN SHARES OF nFLX [widget id=”text-19″] I know that some people thought earnings wouldn’t save the market, that inflation was going to run rampant, or that yields were going straight …
[widget id=”text-28″] [widget id=”text-23″] Inflation Runs Rampant Only In The Imagination of Investors [widget id=”text-19″] The S&P 500 finished the day lower by about 70 bps, off the lows, when it was down about 1%. Nothing earth shaking but enough to get everyone talking about how rising rates are going to kill the market, and …
[widget id=”text-28″] [widget id=”text-23″] Oil and Yield’s Rise May Soon Fade, Sparking The S&P 500 Rise To 3,000 [widget id=”text-19″] Stocks finished mostly flat, ending the day on the S&P 500 up by roughly ten bps. The morning rally faded by mid-afternoon wiping out the gap higher that started the day. Not an unusual occurrence since …
With earnings starting to wind down, it is becoming quite clear that this has been one of the best earnings seasons in years! With nearly 81 percent of companies in the S&P 500 reporting results through May 3, almost 77.5 percent have beat earnings estimates, while almost 17 percent have missed, and 5.6 percent have met. I …